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League of California Cities - Home
The League of California Cities advocates in Sacramento and Washington, DC on the common issues among California cities and provides education and training for the s...
League of California Cities - Home
The League of California Cities advocates in Sacramento and Washington, DC on the common issues among California cities and provid...
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|Has your city applied for an sb 2 planning grant? (2)|
|League’s 2019 annual legislative report now available (2)|
|Participate now — league of california cities legislative priorities membership survey|
|Hundreds of local leaders attend homelessness policy workshop in sacramento|
|ılg launches new digital toolkit to help cities and counties address housing challenges|
|Webinar highlights program to use excess state land as potential sites for housing development|
|Governor's administration launches $75 million program for state and local governments to respond to ımpacts of utility-ınitiated power shutoffs|
|Hcd releases "framework paper and survey" for prohousing designations|
|Financial solutionsfor california cities|
|December 11-december 12 (2)|
|December 11-december 13|
|Regional divisions (2)|
|Policy committees (2)|
|Professional departments (2)|
|Diversity caucuses (2)|
|News delivered to you|
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|Resources for cities|
|To subscribe by rss:|
|What is rss?|
|How do ı subscribe to a feed?|
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|Visit the regional divisions section »|
|Visit the policy committees section »|
|Visit professional departments section »|
|Visit caucus section »|
|Visit news section »|
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